Category Archives: Pedagogy


In November 2012, Dudas was an invited speaker at the International Workshop on Computer Music and Audio Technology (WOCMAT) in Hsinchu, Taiwan, where, in addition to a seminar on score following techniques in Max/MSP entitled Performer-Computer Interaction: Score Following and Concert Patch Design, his composition Prelude and Fantasy for Alto Flute and Computer was performed by flautist I-Ju Chen, on the November 30 evening concert.

Moscow Autumn Festival

In November 2008, Dudas was invited to the Moscow Autumn 30th International Contemporary Music Festival, where two of his compositions for instrument and live electronics, Prelude No.1 for Flute and Computer and Prelude No. 2 for Clarinet and Computer, were performed on the Berkeley–Moscow concert on Saturday, 29 November. In conjunction with the festival, he also taught computer music workshops the week of November 24th, focusing on Cycling ’74’s Max/MSP software, at the Moscow P. I. Tschaikovsky Conservatory of Music’s Theremin Center.

2006 SICMF

On November 23, Richard Dudas’ Prelude No. 1 for Flute and Computer was given its Asian Première by flautist Sung-Hee Park at the first concert of the 2006 Seoul International Computer Music Festival (SICMF), in Seoul, South Korea.

In conjunction with the festival, Dudas also presented computer music seminars at Hanyang University in Seoul and at KAIST in Daejeon.

2006 Forum Neues Musiktheater Max/MSP/Jitter Workshops

From April 19 to 28, 2006, the Forum Neues Musiktheater in Stuttgart hosted the second annual series of Max/MSP/Jitter workshops at their venue at the Römerkastell in Bad Cannstatt. Richard Dudas was one of the presenters for the advanced workshops, alongside a larger contingent of presenters and teachers from both Cycling ’74 and IRCAM.

A series of concerts were held in the evenings as part of this year’s workshops. On the April 25th concert, clarinetist Peter Furniss premièred Dudas’ Prelude No. 2 for Clarinet and Computer, which was written for the occasion at the request of FNM director Andreas Breitscheid.